Jazz Morley Shares Tender New Single “Safe Place”

English indie pop singer Jazz Morley releases soulful, emotive summer jam “Safe Place” where wistful and desire-filled thoughts are paired with a smooth synths to reflect her personal experience of returning home to the sea. The Bournemouth based artist confesses her insecurities and anxieties over a rising and heart-warming track that stylistically tips its hat towards the ebullient synth sounds of Shura and Jessie Ware. Her journey of moving past the stress from city life is reflected in the soaring climax and distinct harmonies, leading to the definitive reassurance by the raw honesty in her therapeutic voice that croons, “let me be your safe place.”

This release follows the success and international praise of “Bad Love” and “Take Me Down,” both of which achieved Top 5 positions on The Hype Machine and BBC Introducing support.